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Saesee Tom
07-12-2000, 04:53 PM
Where can I find...

>Darth Maul (with lightstaff feature)
>A lot of good skins


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Markenobi
07-12-2000, 06:54 PM
Sasee (I know I spelled that wrong) Tom,
Well, I'm not 100% sure of an answer to #1, but I do know an answer to #2: Al MacDonald's JK Skin site. There are tons of skins there. There's a link to it on the JKNet main page.

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LDB_Leeman
07-12-2000, 08:36 PM
for Darth Maul with Lightstaff, visit www.jediknight.net/editing (http://www.jediknight.net/editing) to get a single player version, or go to www.jedilegacy.com/spork (http://www.jedilegacy.com/spork) to get one of the best mods for Jedi Knight - SPORK.

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Kurgan
07-13-2000, 12:19 AM
GlowBlades (SithSabers Edition) is the best doublebladed saber/darth maul mod I've seen.

It has the famous glow effect, both blades work (you can turn on one or both), plus it uses a new model so the handle looks just like the movie (not just the texture, but the whole thing is a lightstaff). And of course you can pick your colors.

Pretty neat, plus you get to use Darth Maul (and many others).

The link is: http://home.earthlink.net/~dbedson/glowblades.htm

If you're just looking for skins, try this:

http://www.jediknight.net/jkmag/bfp2x/

Kurgan

[This message has been edited by Kurgan (edited July 12, 2000).]

Saesee Tom
07-13-2000, 05:42 PM
Thanks!
I've tried MacDonalds' site, I can't find any instructions.

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BeastMaster
07-14-2000, 07:01 PM
For Al MacDonald's skins, first D'load ConMan (somebody find that URL for me, thanks), then extract the models.dat file from the jkmres2.gob on the CD.

Open models.dat with notepad and add the names of the 3dos from Al MacDonald, then update the number at the top. If there are three new 3dos, add 3 to the number, it's easy.

When that's done, put the new 3dos and mats and the models.dat into a new gob file and put it in Patch Commander.

Easy as falling off an analog.

And for some more cool (pre-gobbed) skins, check out my site at http://www.geocities.com/mark_a_brown/central.html . There's not much now, but I have two more skins ready to go up when I get permission for borrowed mats.

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